Community Integration

Community Integration is the opportunity to participate within the community, and be valued for the unique skills and abilities that make you who you are. CDD’s community integration clients determine their definition of a meaningful day, centering their community activities and outings around the things that they enjoy.

Supported Living

Independent Supported Living (ISL’s) services support individuals age 16 and over, who may choose to continue living in the family home, or independently in the community using paid supports to augment available natural and generic community supports. ISL’s are good for individuals who can live independently with limited supports. ISL’s support an individual’s right to choose where and with whom they want to live, participation in chosen activities, and engagement with the community.

Group Living

Group home living provides 24-hour personal care and habitation for adults with developmental disabilities in order to help them develop self-help skills, gain work experience, and participate in community activities.